Sorority Life 2, Fraternity Life organizations announced.

Sorority Life 2, Fraternity Life organizations announced.
MTV has renewed MTV’s Sorority Life and will air a new companion show called Fraternity Life early next year, and now the Greek organizations that will participate in the shows have been announced. Both are not presently associated with national organizations; the show’s first sorority, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Pi, wasn’t either. Sigma Chi Omega fraternity, which says on its web site that it “has worked hard to re-associate with [the national] Sigma Chi” organization after “being dropped from Sigma Chi’s expansion list” because of “because of the severe weakness of the University’s Greek system.” The sorority, Delta Xi Omega, is a “[l]ocal social sorority” according to its DMOZ description.

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